Larry Goodman: said the group pays substantial millions in corporation taxes on the profits earned and is tax compliant in all jurisdictions in which it operates.

The Revenue Commissioners are reviewing the international corporate structures used by Larry Goodman’s ABP Food Group and other businesses, in the lig(...)

Larry Goodman: his business empire involves myriad companies, many of which are unlimited and do not publish accounts, in Ireland, the UK, Jersey, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Often ownership goes from Co Louth to the UK to Jersey and back to Co Louth.  Photograph: Alan Betson

On August 23rd, 2013, three people assembled in Luxembourg before Maitre Joseph Elvinger to make yet another change in the international structures th(...)

Dropbox website image: the move to handle income in Ireland will bring back into focus the controversial role played by Ireland in the tax affairs of US multinationals

Dropbox, the US-based file-hosting service, has told its 300 million-plus users it will bill most of them by way of its international operations centr(...)

Permanent TSB was the most active share on the Dublin market, with almost 21 million shares changing hands on what was the first official trading day for the stock

European markets failed to hold on to gains as the European Union slashed its growth forecast for Greece from 2.5 per cent to 0.5 per cent.The Iseq i(...)

The Global Partners Investment Fund bought ownership rights to 60 per cent of the Skra sports complex (above) in central Warsaw, with a view to building a new sports arena, along with other structures, on the site. The Skra sports complex in central Warsaw

Another Irish company that invested significantly in Poland has complained about its experience there, as the Polish embassy in Dublin rejected any su(...)

Larrry Goodman. Luxembourg filings give an unprecedented insight into the scale of the 77-year-old’s business empire. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Luxembourg company that part-owns Larry Goodman’s ABP Group as well as other investments associated with the Co Louth businessman, paid almost (...)

Larry Goodman. Luxembourg company Parlesse Investments Sarl has shares in, and loans out to, a range of Mr Goodman’s businesses. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

A Larry Goodman company based in Luxembourg made a profit of €52.6 million in 2013 and paid just 0.4 per cent tax, according to accounts in the tiny E(...)

Wexford developer Alan Hynes said the people concerned were ‘white collar investors’, such as dentists, accountants and solicitors. ‘There’s one judge as well.’ Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A judge is among 45 “white collar investors” behind the Laurels apartment development in Dundrum, Co Dublin, which has defects that have rendered it (...)

Ibec head of policy and chief economist Fergal O’Brien and chief executive Danny McCoy: despite  economic growth, the employers’ group has  warned that the Government still has limited room to manoeuvre on the fiscal front. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Unemployment will fall below 9 per cent and gross domestic product will grow by 5.4 per cent this year, a performance that will see Irish economic (...)

Smurfit Kappa chief executive Gary McGann: there is continued media speculation about a potential bid from rival International Paper. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Smurfit Kappa has not received any approach from US rival International Paper, according to sources with knowledge of the matter, and the Dublin- and(...)